BIRCH BAY WATERSHED & AQUATIC RESOURCES MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

The Birch Bay Watershed and Aquatic Resources Management (BBWARM) District was created in response to community concerns about water quality, flooding, and loss of aquatic habitat in the Birch Bay Watershed. BBWARM’s stormwater program focuses on protecting water quality and reducing stormwater impacts. Explore our website to learn more about what BBWARM is doing and how you can get involved.

UPCOMING MEETINGS

Advisory Committee Meeting:

The next meeting of the BBWARM Advisory Committee will be held via Zoom on July 20 from 6-8pm. The general public is invited to join us, and a public comment period will be held at the beginning of the meeting. You can find the 2022 meeting schedule, documents, and Zoom link on the BBWARM Advisory Committee page.

NEWS & EVENTS

*Click here for a full list of past events.

Whatcom Farm Expo

Express your love for Whatcom County farmland at the Whatcom Farm Expo! This family-friendly, FREE event offers something for anyone! Check out the event website for more information and see you at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds on April 23rd.

Landowner Spotlight: Elie Friedlob


Elie Friedlob has been a champion for Birch Bay and the Terrell Creek watershed since moving to the area in 2002. Community partnerships have been the backbone of her work. She is quoted as saying, "It's essential in any environmental activism or initiative to have as deep of community roots as you can get, and you have to keep working at it.” One of the initiatives that Friedlob helped to develop is the Birch Bay Watershed and Aquatic Resources Management District (BBWARM). Without her community focus and drive, this organization would not exist to help the Birch Bay community protect water quality and reduce stormwater impacts.


Read more about Elie Friedlob and her journey in Birch Bay through the beautiful article originally published by Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association.